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Intimidator 305 & Drop Zone
Transcript of Intimidator 305 & Drop Zone
-It stands at 305 feet tall and reaches speeds of 90 MPH
-It records as being the largest investment in Kings Dominion history costing them 25 million dollars
-It is the tallest and fastest roller coaster on the East coast
-It was actually named and themed after NASCAR driver, Dale Earnhardt, “the Intimidator”
-Intimidator 305’s first drop is 300 feet with a maximum descent angle of 85 degrees!!
-It is mostly made out of hard yellow and red plastic
-The overall height of Intimidator 305 is actually higher than the observation platform of the Eiffel Tower, making it one of the tallest rides at Kings Dominion! Intimidator 305 Intimidator 305... -Tower Height- 305 Feet
-Drop Height-272 Feet
-Speed- 72 mph
-Opened- March 22,2003
-On a clear day, you can see up to 18 miles out into the region at the top of the tower
-Manufactured by Intamin Drop Zone Drop Zone The Intimidator 305 & Drop Zone Solar Energy as an Alternative Installing 100 solar panels each at high points A,B, and D would provide the roller coaster would produce close to 60,000 watts of electricity for the 5-6 hours that the panels are exposed to sunlight. APA Format Citations Kings , D. (2010, January 21).kingsdominion.com.Retrieved from http://www.kingsdominion.com/rides/Thrill-Rides/Intimidator-305 (2010). Drop zone. Retrieved from www.wikipedia.com/dropzone 60,000 watts of electricity would be enough to power the Intimidator 305 and the Drop Zone. It would cost roughly half of a million dollars. Sewell, A. (2010, November 01). getsolar.com. Retrieved from http://www.getsolar.com/blog/how-much-do-solar-panels-cost/12707/
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